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keto lactone 42 (Chart 1 Cardillo, L Weber and J ariables in affecting the nature of the intoxicated state: "Being with people who
are much higher than I am (as from their being on acid or much more stoned on grass) gets me higher even
though I don't smoke any more grass." This is a common effect (13%, 13%, 32%, 23%, 15%), which may
occur even at the lowest levels of intoxication (23%, 22%, 26%, 5%, 2%).
Other relevant phenomena for understanding social interaction are the loss of short-term memory, the feeling
that this does not seriously impair the user's ability to carry on an intelligent conversation, and the feeling of
having said things that were not actually said (discussed in Chapter 14), as well as various alterations in other
cognitive phenomena (discussed in Chapter 15).
NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON SOCIAL INTERACTION
There were four effects studied that seem predominantly negative. The first of these is "I feel isolated from
things around me, as if there were some kind of barrier or glass wall between me and the world, muting
everything coming in and partially isolating me," a common effect (29%, 21%, 33%, 14%, 3%). The
Meditators experience this less often (p <.01, overall). It may occur at the Strong and Very Strong levels (4%,
11%, 22%, 21%, 9%).
Another infrequent effect is "I get somewhat paranoid about the people with me; I am suspicious about what
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On Being Stoned - Chapter 12
they're doing" (20%, 38%, 31%, 7%, 4%). Non-users of Psychedelics experience it more frequently (p <.01).
This also may occur at the Strong and Very Strong levels (9%, 15%, 21%, 24%, 7%). The Meditators tend to
experience paranoid feelings at lower levels of intoxication (p <.05, overall).
What may be an even more extreme cutting-off from social relationships is the rare phenomenon, "Other
people seem dead, lifeless, as if they were robots, when I'm stoned" (49%, 27%, 18%, 5%, 0%). This effect
may begin occurring from the moderately intoxicated level on up in the users who could rate it (3%, 11%, 13%,
14%, 6%). Users of Psychedelics may experience it at lower levels (p <.05).
An infrequent negative effect of the group on the user is "I am very strongly influenced by the social
situation set up by my companions, so I will do whatever they are doing, even if it is something I don't want to
do or wouldn't do normally" (33%, 38%, 23%, 3%, 0%). This is reported as occurring more frequently by
Males (p <.05). Weekly users also have it occur more frequently than Occasional or Daily users (p < .05). In
retrospect, this question is hard to interpret, as it does not specify how undesirable the actions are that a group
might pressure the user into doing. A highly relevant question, dealt with fully in Chapter 17, is "I lose control
of my actions and do antisocial things (actions that harm other people) that I wouldn't normally do." This is
one of the rarest phenomena reported, with 77 percent saying Never, 22 percent Rarely, and only one user
reflux time was extended to 18 h, 169 was isolated
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transfer the "effects" of this drug, whether American marijuana or the more potent Middle
Eastern hashish, from one cultural and economic setting to the other. It is doubtful that the
comparison is relevant at all, since none of the basic conditions are remotely similar.
The promarijuana lobby tells us that marijuana is a gentle herb, nothing more than
pressed flowers and leaves, a peaceful and love-inducing substance. Both sides assume
that there is some sort of property lodged within the drug itself that dictates to its users
how to act under its influence. But whether it does, in fact, have this pacific property or
not depends wholly on who uses it. If it is used by a social group that thinks marijuana is a
pacific weed, whose members, when initiating a neophyte, preach a gospel of peace and
love, discourage violent displays, and weave this peace motif into the things they do when
high, then we should not be surprised that marijuana turns out to have a peace-inducing
property. Only the most naive believes that marijuana creates a peaceful way of life out of
whole cloth and induces it in those who are not peaceful. Both motorcycle gangs and
hippies are prone to use marijuana but with very different results. Obviously, there is more
to the picture than the laboratory properties of the drug.
I will attempt in this volume an overall study of the sociology of marijuana use. I will
explore the myths clinging to it, the attitudes of the contestants in the marijuana debate,
the question of who uses it, under what circumstances, and with what consequences. To
answer many of the questions concerning marijuana use, it is necessary at times to leave
the sociological level and deal with related issues. For instance, when discussing the
effects of marijuana, I will reject the radically sociologistic approach—that the effects of
the drug are wholly a function of its social definitions—and attempt an exposition on the
objective properties of the drug's pharmacology. In other words, I have adopted a
multidimensional approach, my perspective often shifts from one level to another. At the
same time we wish to understand the drug's nonsociological aspects more or less only
insofar as they relate to, interpenetrate with, influence and are influenced by, the users'
social life and the lives of those who interact with them. We court confusion with this kind
of multifaceted perspective, but it is necessary if we are to understand the totality of
marijuana's impact on the social life of any society.
Overview of Marijuana and Marijuana Use
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The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 1
Incidences of events connected with cannabis use, whether true or phantasmagoric,
survive historically because they are useful ideologically. The history of marijuana use is,
in itself, a study in creative mythology. This is as true of the history of the Assassins as it
is of the Indian peace pipe.
6 Cannabissativashopcom , 1977 (1976)
A detailed discussion of the bol-metabolites, which result from the natural
material bol-THC, is appropriate know that female flowers produce the majority
of the little trichomes. Now this is all over the flower’s surface and are
correctly called “stalked capitate trichomes”. Since we are on this topic
we will ask you to refer to Figures 1.12 and 1.14 in chapter 1. The
gland heads (the rounded tips) secrete the major cannabinoids within
an oil-like substance that you can remove by rubbing your fingers over
the bud. We normally refer to this substance as resin. The stalks that
support the gland heads are secondary to the head in cannabinoid
production amounts. The gland and the stalks may also burst. In the
case of a strain like afghani#1 that is thick with resin, this sometimesexplosive
action of the gland is automatic.
The reason why the cannabis plant produces resin oils is to
gather fallen pollen from the male plant.
When we smoke bud we hope to covert the oil into a vapor
that we can inhale. However the surface of the flowers is not the only
area which produce cannabinoids. It is known that the bulbous glands
on the leaves produce cannabinoids and so does the stem, but these are
only in minor quantities compared to the stalked capitate trichomes.
Hash is made primarily from the collection of the stalked
capitate trichomes. When the collected trichomes are compressed they
form a blocky mass which we refer to as Hashish.
HOWTO GATHER THE STALKED CAPITATE
There are many ways to do this ranging from bulk hash
production to small finger sized quantities. Also each method will
produce different qualities or grades of hashish. Some methods will
gather only the trichomes, while other methods will gather trichomes
and some other subsidiary elements like leaf particles and branch
shavings. Water extraction seems to be the best way of achieving
trichome extraction only. Let us look at each home method. We will
not discuss other methods used for mass production by some eastern
countries as these are somewhat substandard to the home methods
mentioned below. In fact some of these ‘old eastern practices’ are less
common in their native homelands now because of these updated
There is also a preparation process that you must go through
with your dried plants before you attempt any of the methods outlined
When you harvest your bud you will have trimmed the leaves
away from the bud. This trim is what we refer to as Skuff. Skuff should
be sticky. So whether it is on the stem or branch or leaf or bud, if it
feels sticky then you can use it to extract the resin. Now if you really
want to be a connoisseur about this then you should examine your
skuff for trichomes with a microscope. If any parts of the skuff do not
have trichomes then discard them.
You must take this trim and store it much the same way as
you would canned bud for 3 to 6 weeks.
Also the quality of the overall result can not be much better
than the genetics that you started with in the first place. If you used
American Historical Notes
In 1619, Americas first marijuana law was enacted at Jamestown
Colony, Virginia, ordering all farmers to make tryal of grow
Indian hempseed. More mandatory must-grow hemp cultivation laws
were enacted in Massachusetts in 1631, in Connecticut in 1632 and in
the Chesapeake Colonies into the mid-1700s. of Table 4-8. Most of the users have smoked
marijuana from one to two years, but some have used it for more than eleven years. If we take the midpoint of each
category (assume fifteen years for the eleven-plus category), this group of users represents a total of 421 years of
The users were asked their average frequency of use in all the time they had used marijuana. Users with less
than six months' experience were Instructed to skip this question. Monthly or Weekly use are the modal patterns in
this group, as shown in Table 4-9. By an approximation, described fully in Chapter 5, these figures may be
combined with length-of-use figures to give an estimate that this group of 150 users has used marijuana
approximately 37,000 times altogether.
Asked for their frequency of use in the preceding six months (the time base over which effects were to be rated),
the users replied as shown in the second column of Table 4-9, with Monthly and Weekly use still being the modal
responses. The Total and Last Six Month frequencies of use do not differ significantly from each other. The
respondents use marijuana about as often now as they ever did.
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On Being Stoned - Chapter 4
USE OF MARIJUANA AND ALCOHOL
LENGTH OF USE
PERCENTAGE OF USERS
PERCENTAGE OF USERS(a)
=6 monthsb 3% 3%
=1year 21% 2%
=2 years 34% 7%
=3 years 19% 14%
=4years 6% 11%
=5 years 4% 10%
6 to 10 years 5% 17%
11 years or longer 6% 21%
Never used alcohol 13%
No response 2% 3%
(a) The percentages in this column do not add up to exactly 100%
due to rounding errors and/or some users' skipping the question(s).
(b) = means less than or equal to.
FREQUENCY OF USE OF MARIJUANA AND ALCOHOL
FREQUENCY OF USE
LAST 6 MOS.
LAST 6 MOS.
Occasionally 7% 11% 33% 40%
Once/month or more 35% 28% 34% 26%
Once/week or more 40% 42% 21% 12%
Almost every day or more 16% 19% 2% 7%
No response 3% 1% 11% 15%
Note.—The percentages in some columns of this table do not add up to
exactly 100% due to rounding errors and/or some users' skipping the question(s).
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On Being Stoned - Chapter 4
The users were asked how often they had used various major psychedelic drugs before starting to use marijuana,
after starting to use marijuana, and during the last six months. Table 4-10 presents this data. The category
"psychedelics" was presented on the questionnaire as including LSD, mescaline, peyote, psilocybin, DMT
(dimethyltryptamine), and DET (diethyltryptamine). Other drugs are listed separately.
FREQUENCY OF USE OF OTHER DRUGS
IN LAST SIX
TIMES USED TIMES USED TIMES USED
DRUG 0 1-5 6+ 0 1-5 6+ 0 1-5 6+
Psychedelics 76% 15% 3% 27% 38% 31% 51% 33% 11%
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Lett final 2 weeks of this abuse takes its toll on bud production. It's best to keep them well
supported...you'll get a fine yield.
One C99 distinction that helps is the high flower to leaf ratio. When your buds are made up of MOSTLY flowers
and less leaf - that's a BETTER kind of yield."" -Soul"
"“Jack Flash does go a bit long in the flowering, it grows in two types one very Sat/Haze influenced, tall 5'-6' with
huge ""Heads on Sticks"" that dried at over 1 oz. each! there were 5 of them on one lady in a 5 gal pot, she
took about 76 days, but was worth every day. The other type grows very Indica-like, there was one special lady
like this type, that was very fruity with a nice trippy high that gave way to a indica high after the first hour and
the indica-dom. takes about 60 days to flower, also very well worth the wait, several connoisseurs said that it
was amongst the best Indica they had ever smoked, and the taste cured is fantastic. And the strain is very
easy to take care of. It was really nice, and it yields great in both forms. Out of 7-8 different strains grown
Romberry and Jack Flash are definite repeats, as they are both in the Veg closet again. There's really only one
place to get Sensi stock (IMO) but the price is OK considering they give ya 16 beans, in that respect there only
a/b 5$ each. Sorry for the long post but its a favorite and I wanted to give ya my $.02.” - Budm"
“Afoaf has grown and continues to grow Jack Flash, its a great strain, although variable, IMO the variations are
unique and all are quality in there own way. Here's the way the first grow went, 3 ladies were in pots of BCGA's
Super Soil recipe, there were 3 different ladies, one was in a 5 gal pot she was a haze dominated phenotype,
she grew out in a ""heads on stick"" fashion, big huge heads, she was toped once at the 6 node, she grew into 6
big heads, each dried to 20-35 grams she yielded just over 5 oz's, of great tasting wake and bake, uplifting
sativa smoke. Another lady was sort of the runt, she was in a 3 gal pot also pinched at the 6th node, she had
more of a indica phenotype, nice tight colas with red pistils, great smoke very fruity, but yield was bad, at
about 20 grams. The 3rd lady was awesome, also in a 3 gal pot, pinched at the 6th node, she grew the
densest nugs, smelled like lemon, tasted like lemon/hash, and the high was awesome, trippy and thought
provoking, but its best attribute was its wonderful taste, she yielded about 1.5 oz. All said I really like this
strain. The haze influenced lady was crossed with a Posi Big Bud in hopes of bring down its size (5.5') and
flower time 63 days under 80 watts/s.f. of mixed spectrum light.” -Budm"
“This is a really good plant. it finished at 50 days has a lemon taste/ with a peppery aftertaste. High is UP with
no sleepiness. I was afraid that it would be too similar to my Cinderellas due to their background, but the Jack
Flash is very different in taste and high. jack flash is lemo '-THC
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Moreselli,M CTORS ON VISION
BACKGROUND FACTORS EFFECTS
More Drug Experience
Sensuality of vision
More intoxicated for:
Pulsing of vision
Peripheral vision changes
More centrality of vision
Peripheral vision changes
Less intoxicated for:
Sensuality of vision
Peripheral vision changes
More intoxicated for:
Patterns in ambiguity
Sensuality of vision
Therapy & Growth
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On Being Stoned - Chapter 6
In general, the specific changes in visual perception brought about by marijuana intoxication may be
seen as particular manifestations of a general change in what we might call the visual pattern-making
process. It is common to assume that we passively "see" what is out there, that the qualities of the visual
world are inherent in the physical properties of objects and space. Modern psychological investigations
have made it clear that seeing is a very active and complex process in which we construct the visual world
from the flux of visual sensations reaching us. That is, patterns, forms, objects, recognizable people, etc.
exist in our minds as a construction from visual data. We are so used to doing this automatically that it
seems as if the visual world were given. This active nature of visual perception is true of all sensory
The patterns that are formed from visual data are organized into a degree of complexity and familiarity
that is optimal for surviving in the world around us. Detecting a potential predator concealed in some
bushes has survival value; seeing a potential predator in every ambiguous visual input is not conducive to
survival of the organism. Thus we may conceive of some optimal level (actually a dynamic range)4 of
patternmaking activity, of organization of ambiguous (and not so ambiguous) visual data into meaningful
percepts. Raise this level too high and we have illusion or hallucination. Lower this level too much and
we have stupidity.
Marijuana intoxication seems to raise the level a fair amount, more so with increasing levels of
intoxication. Thus patterns form from ambiguous material, contours are sharpened, central visual
phenomena are enhanced at the expense of peripheral phenomena, depth is magnified and more subtle
shades of color are perceived. With eyes closed, visual imagery is enhanced.
Such a raising of level of the patterning mechanism is a two-edged sword. On the one hand, it may
genuinely result in perceiving useful patterns and meanings that would have been overlooked. On the
other hand, meaning may be falsely attributed to phenomena that have no such meaning. Many users seem
to be aware of this combined advantage-disadvantage of marij The high, just like
any other state of consciousness can be consciously shifted according to desire and ability. The high of
marijuana can be made progressively higher and higher at will, and without known limits. It can
therefore be doubled, tripled, or quadrupled as a matter of progressive intent. Dalzell, and R cannabis
and S nt connected cola, It would be great in ""Arena"" style grows for the
rows that need short style plants, or any grow where height is a factor. Also ""Magic Crystal"" (WWxCalO) from
Ingmar is a great strain also, the odor is unmistakably ""Orange"" at 4 weeks 12/12, and the flowers are twice
as fat in diameter as any of the 5 strains in the grow, Ingmar must select against skinny colas, because the
""Ingmars Punch""(WWxSkunk) was the same really fat colas, I guess 17 years can lead to really fine
attributes in strains, that’s a lot of time to grow out lots of generations, and do lots of selecting and
backcrossing.” – Budm"
"“About the Peak 19s, they were great the F1s have 3 types one that sticks to the Stonehedge sativa
phenotype, however in this strain its not tall, lanky, and skimpy, it reaches about 3.5', has tight dense colas
that are frostier then many indicas. The next expression sticks to the Matanuska Tundra phenotype, very
short and stocky, at maturity, after stretching the gal was just 18"", and she was flowered at 15"", very sweet
and stony smoke, Then there is a homogenized phenotype, that is between the two, like Tony at Sag says,
""its like getting three strains in one pack"" Now the F2s my friend made are turning out as good or better then
the F1s, the male used in the pollination, was very impressive, nodes were under one inch, he was very
stocky, lush, and stinky at maturity, he pollinated one Stonehedge type gal, and one Mat T type gal.
My friend harvested his first Peak 19 F2, and its every bit as good as its mom, maybe even tastier, and its
taste is great with out curing, it will be real nice when cured. So far two out of three F2s, are the taller
Stonehedge type, they have a great up ""wake and bake"" soaring high, and one is shorter, and will prolly be
more Indica like, from the Mat T parent.” -Budm"
"“M45 Indica type, strong, bushy plants. Very suitable for outdoor growing in northern climates. Cold and mold
resistant. Success guaranteed. Early flowering. Yields vary from 500-1000 grams per plant. Some variation.
Harvest second week of September. Very good for indoor plantlet growing as well. The smoke is very strong.""
- S.S.S.C. catalog 1987-88"
"“This hybrid is a great indoor plant. She produces powerful, resinous and very compact buds. The dense,
sweet aroma speaks for itself. One of world’s best stuff for heavy smokers. It is breathtaking and gets you
stoned to the bone.
“I harvested the SS in early October. 4 plants, each with a 1oz. cola (big and fat) and about 1/2 oz of lesser
buds. This weed is probably about as potent as Northern lights, although the high is really physical. Smell and
taste are very lemony, fruity. Nice, smooth powerful weed. I'm quite happy with it actually, even though I
keep trying to tell myself its not as good as the NL#9 I grew with it, every time I light a j of SS, I'm surprised
at the potency.” – KGB"
"“It is a very good cross for its potency. Yep, the high i